Clacton: Police hunt armed bank robbers
POLICE are hunting two men responsible for a robbery at a bank in Clacton.
At about 2.20pm this afternoon two men entered the NatWest bank in North Road, Clacton, armed with a gun and demanded money.
A police spokesman said: “One of the men was armed with a black gun, described as looking like a pistol, while the other had a black bin liner and a cardboard tube.
“The armed man is described a white, middle aged, of stocky build, and wore a black hat and black scarf over his face.
“His accomplice was younger, and wore a white hooded top.”
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Police are yet to establish how much money was stolen.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police at Clacton CID on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously 0800 555 111.
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